The Presidency of Congress withdraws the word to a Vox deputy for her insults

The Presidency of Congress has taken measures this Tuesday against the political violence of Vox in the Lower House, whose deputies are usually protagonists in the plenary sessions due to the insults and personal attacks made on the colleagues of the rest of the benches.

After the latest example of this conduct last week against the Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, and the newly enlivened debate on how to act in the face of outbursts from the formation of the extreme right, the first vice president of the Congress table, the socialist Alfonso Rodríguez Gómez de Celis, who held the Presidency of the Lower House in the absence of Meritxell Batet, has withdrawn the floor of a Vox deputy for her insults.

During the debate on a non-legal proposal, deputy Patricia Rueda pointed out from the rostrum that “this government rewards philoetarras, nationalists and coup leaders”. Immediately afterwards, the socialist has asked her to withdraw the floor, to which she has refused. After requesting it on a second occasion and before the new refusal of the parliamentarian, Gómez de Celis has withdrawn her floor and has asked her to leave the rostrum.

In response, all the Vox deputies present in the plenary session, including Patricia Rueda, have left their seats and have left the chamber.

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